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ellis of the linn group. you bet. toyota is temporarily suspending sales of one of its lexus suvs - after consumer reports put it on a "do not buy list." the auto magazine says it tested the 2010 lexus gx 460 suv for emergency handling... and found that it's at risk of rolling over... although consumer reports said it was not aware of any such incidents. it also says the gx's electronic stability control does not work fast enough to stop a potential slide. in the past 3 months, about 5 thousand models have been sold. a lexus spokesperson said "our engineering teams are vigorously testing the gx using consumer reports' specific parameters to identify how we can make the gx's performance even better." "our engineering teams are vigorously testing the gx using consumer reports' specific parameters to identify how we can make the gx's performance even better." for drivers who already own that suv, toyota is providing a loaner car until it clears up the situation. if you haven't done it yet, you do still have a few more hours to get your 10-40 into the tax- man. some post offices a
the model.. while engineers do their own testing. toyota says it's also testing all suvs under the toyota and lexus brands - which totals 6 models. with baseball season having started and better weather hopefully here to stay, the time for outdoor grilling is pretty much just beginning. but for those heading out to the supermarket this spring and summer there may be a bit of sticker shock when buying up all the beef for a proper bar- be-que. meat prices are moving up. "we are forecasting that beef prices in the middle meat will be up 5-7 percent as consumers go forward." that increase at the checkout line represents a change from recent pricing trends in beef and other meats. red meat is 4- percent cheaper than it was in february of last year, pork costs nearly 2-percent less and the price of chicken is down more than 1-percent according to the department of agriculture. but a number of factors on the farm and on feedlots has dan basse of ag resources predicting higher prices for those proteins. "its just the tightness of supply, the harsh winter weather has feed conversion rates decline,
into april lot more details coming out on monday it so in the meantime it looks like toyota is up to him and a good job of gaining back to customer loyalty angie. and it's april 1st which means it's an april fool's day and on the start of a new quarter last quarter brought a 6% gain to the nasdaq not too shabby by the way resurging motion comes up with a close and a real good goes blackberries are really selling. and they sure are angie also the energy sector is in focus traders are not watching to see if logos up above the $84 a barrel. if it does it could spark a big rally out and some off shore oil drilling stocks are also and focus this week seemed big gains will take a closer look coming up. george tkaczuk / rmb group could friday's jobs report be weak.. after adp employment report? i'm not and we have george tkaczuk of the rmb group george do you think that we can really still see gains in the job market as far as job creation coming up on friday even though the employment report was so weak? good morning beejal yeah we still think we're still looking at a really good number friday
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